I have not tested extensively, but have tried them both. While I am no fan of Ormonde man, I feel it is vastly more interesting and complex than Isfarkand and Zizan. The latter two share the Iso backbone, but one is otherwise a simple cologne, and the other feels a little sharp. So my recommendation would be none of the two.
To me, Ormonde Man feels like the poor relative of Ormonde Woman, so if any, I'd recommend checking it. It also has the conifer, woody, Iso-E base, but it adds green and semiacquatic notes that make it seem as if one is walking into a wet forest. (That said, the OJ I own are Tiare and Tolu, which, unsurprisingly, are in a completely different style).